Since the beginning of World of Warcraft, the Priest class has had the most gorgeous transmog sets in the game. Blizzard has made sure that their armor is particularly shiny, especially the sets that aspire to capture the Light. And ever since transmogrification was introduced to the game, players could enjoy these glorious sets from the past!
We can all agree that the Priest transmog sets are notably thematic and true to the class. The inspiration here is clearly drawn from both real-life religions and fantasy Gods and Goddesses. And whether it’s the golden wings or the tormented saints on the shoulder pieces, they all resemble the idea of being a Priest in WoW!
True, some of these sets only fit the Holy and Discipline specializations, and some are only good for Shadow. But unlike the other cloth wearers, such as Mage and Warlock, the Priest transmog sets are diverse and unique. A Shadow Priest can transmog a Holy set and have a one-of-a-kind look and vice versa. So if you aren’t afraid to experiment with this class’s looks, you’ll end up having a blast when choosing a transmog set!
Transmogs are a great way to personalize our characters in World of Warcraft and make them stand out. And if you’re a Priest main, here are the top 15 best transmog sets for your class! Keep in mind that you can mix and match pieces from multiple sets, or add a few from the other classes. The important thing is to pick what you personally like the most.
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Top 15 Best Priest Transmog Sets
15. Kyrian Selfless Cloth Armor Set
- Collected by: completing the Kyrian story campaign in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
World of Warcraft: Shadowlands brought us many new beautiful transmog sets for Priest, and one of them is the Kyrian Selfless Cloth Armor Set. The Kyrian covenant seemed like a natural fit for this class in multiple aspects and many players followed it. As a reward, they received the entire gear set!
What strikes the most in the Selfless outfit is the resemblance of the Light-themed armor sets for Priest. However, this shade looks otherworldly, which is perfectly understandable because it comes from a domain of the afterlives. It speaks of servitude, purpose, values, and belief – everything that Priest stands for!
This set has 4 different color variants and you can check them all here!
14. Sinful Gladiator’s Vestment
- Collected by: achieving 2400+ arena rating during the Shadowlands PvP season 1.
With the Sinful Gladiator’s Vestment set we have something different going on. Although the colors might fit the general appearance of this class, the design speaks of something else.
Because it could only be obtained by achieving an extremely high rating in Arena, only a handful of Priests, Mages, and Warlocks could transmog it. This makes it one of the rarest and the scariest sets in the entire game, especially when looking at the headpiece. Not too many Shadow Priests can be the proper “plaguebringers” without it!
Keep in mind that the Castle Nathria cloth set is similar to this one. You have 4 different color variations to choose from and it’s easier to collect as well.
13. Regalia of the High Priest
- Collected by: completing the Priest Order Hall Campaign from World of Warcraft: Legion.
But World of Warcraft: Legion was another expansion known for its transmog sets and cosmetics. And in its start, players could collect an armor set specifically made for their class. The Regalia of the High Priest was the official gear for Priests and most players had it by the time the initial patch was over. Not only was this set helpful early on in Legion, but it also looked gorgeous!
Golden light spreads all over the robe, shoulders, and cowl. The silver and grey elements are here to enhance this light and make it shine even more. We especially like how the headpiece fits the rest of the set and gives a sense of authority. And that’s exactly what makes this one of the best transmog sets for Priest!
12. Soulbreaker’s Ebony Vestments
- Collected by: completing the Venthyr story campaign in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.
Many Priest players were happy to join the Venthyr covenant in Shadowlands instead. The Soulbreaker’s Ebony Vestments is one of the most unique armor that this class has had access to in a long time. Not to mention that it also has 4 unique color variants and they all look amazing!
If you’re a Shadow Priest main, then this is one of your must-have sets in WoW. The vampiric wings on each shoulder are the perfect addition to your Vampiric Touch. And the glowing red eyes resemble the covenant spell – Mindgames, which is one of the most terrifying abilities in PvP.
11. Attire of Piety
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Hellfire Citadel raid on Normal difficulty.
How can a Priest spread his angelic presence without these silver wings? The Attire of Piety is one of the most iconic Priest transmog sets in the entire World of Warcraft. Most of this class’s abilities are graceful and elegant, just like this set.
Players could originally collect this armor by raiding the Hellfire Citadel raid from the Warlords of Draenor expansion. Here we’ve chosen the Normal version of the set, simply because it looks the most thematic of them all. But you can also go for the Heroic version which is mostly golden or the Mythic version which features demonic elements. The choice is yours!
10. Soul Priest’s Raiment
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Blackrock Foundry raid on Heroic difficulty.
If there is one key feature about the Priest transmog sets then that is the Light. And while most of this class’s armor comes in gold or silver, the Soul Priest’s Raiment set from Blackrock Foundry is something else entirely. This raid gave Priests dark robes, horns, and a mysterious veil over their faces – something that a Death Priest might wear.
The Heroic version is mainly covered in dark red and rich yellow. But if you want a more terrifying look, then we highly recommend the Mythic version. There the robes are dark violet and dead birds are featured on the shoulder pieces. What more can we ask for?
9. Valorous Sanctification Regalia
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Ulduar raid on 10-player Normal difficulty.
Historically, Priests have always been one of the best healers in World of Warcraft. And during the Wrath of the Lich King expansion, things were no different. The Ulduar raid brought us the Valorous Sanctification Regalia set that represents valor, courage, and persistence. The black and silver combination fits extremely well here. And the shoulder pads are infused with white light as well.
Although you can’t collect this set in one or two runs, we still recommend you to start soloing Ulduar right away. Despite the colors, this is still one of the most unique Priest transmog sets in the game, and not too many players currently own it.
8. Tyrannical Gladiator’s Satin Armor
- Collected by: purchasing the armor set from the Tyrannical Gladiator vendor in Mists of Pandaria.
And you can’t see too many Priests wearing the Tyrannical Gladiator’s Satin Armor neither. That’s such a pity because this set is simply brilliant. It’s completely covered with golden gems and scrolls, which perfectly captures what it means to be a Priest.
The most distingushing part of this armor set is the headpiece. If you’ve ever wished to look like a glorified pharaoh in World of Warcraft, then this is the outfit for you. It looks the best on races that are already tall, such as Draenei, Night Elf, or Zandalari Troll, but you can make it work on any character. Throw the Golden Lotus Tabard in the mix and you stand out in the crowd!
7. Vestments of Transcendence
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Blackwing Lair raid.
And now e have a classic! The Vestments of Transcendence is one of those transmog sets for Priest that players fondly remember. It was the second set that Blizzard ever introduced for this class and it originally came from the Blackwing Lair raid in vanilla. Priests would sweat and shed tears until they collected all the gear pieces in the 40-man instance. But the reward was more than worth it!
Nowadays you can simply solo Blackwing Lair in a couple of minutes. The item drop chance isn’t the highest, but you can still have the set relatively easily. But if you love this set and want to wear it, then we recommend you farming it right away!
6. Regalia of the Cleansing Flame
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Firelands raid on Normal difficulty.
Back in Cataclysm, perhaps the most memorable raid was the Firelands. And because of its name, settings, and lore, nearly all classes received armor sets with fire elements. Regalia of the Cleansing Flame was the Priest version and it succeeded in satisfying most of the player base.
We aren’t sure why, but this is the only “fire” set that Priests have in WoW. And it’s quite odd because they have a couple of abilities associated with fire, such as Holy Fire and Shadow Word: Pain. But the most important part is that you can farm this set and have a one-of-a-kind appearance for your class.
Firelands is one of the easiest raids to solo. Plus, there are two mounts to be collected from there as well. So why not start today?
5. Vestments of the Purifiier
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Nighthold and Emerald Nightmare raids on Mythic difficulty.
Vestments of the Purifier is a very particular example among the transmog sets for Priest. The reason for this is that it lacks many of the key features associated with this class. In fact, the set doesn’t have any light elements and no wings either. However, it still manages to look absolutely amazing in-game, but in a very different way.
While the robe is predominantly white cloth, the shoulder pads resemble plate armor and are massive in comparison with the rest of the set. The headpiece is infused with blue light and shines all around the character’s head.
4. Vestments of Blind Absolution
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Tomb of Sargeras raid on Mythic difficulty.
Vestments of Blind Absolution is one of the most legendary transmog sets for this class. First, it’s because it’s a modern rework of another legendary set from the Burning Crusade expansion – Absolution Regalia. And second, it’s because no other class in the game has light-infused faces blazing from the character’s shoulders.
The Vestments of Blind Absolution armor comes from the Tomb of Sargeras raid. And although all 4 versions of the set look brilliant, the Mythic one takes the victory here. It’s such a bright gear set and so beautifully put together that many players wear it to this day. The shoulders, the cowl, the robes… everything is just perfect!
3. Absolution Regalia
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Black Temple raid.
And if you’d like the original and classic version of the previous set, then you better start farming the Absolution Regalia. This one comes from Black Temple, one of the most memorable raids in World of Warcraft.
The obvious differences between these sets are the colors and the theme. While the first set was totally dipped in the Light, the Absolution Regalia set is all about the Shadow. It’s completely dark blue, with purple light emanating from behind the hood. Fallen angels with screaming and crying faces are on both shoulders, with tortured and blindfolded eyes. All in all, an ideal set for a Shadow Priest!
2. Gilded Seraph’s Raiment
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Antorus, the Burning Throne raid on Mythic difficulty.
The most glorious example among the Priest transmog sets is Gilded Seraph’s Raiment. Not only has this set fully embraced the Light, but it’s also done with gorgeous feathers all over it. The shoulder pads are golden wings, the cloak is simply magnificent, and the robe is shining as well. And on top of that, the headpiece is an actual golden crown that your character can wear.
If you want to own the Gilded Seraph’s Raiment set then you must collect it from the Antorus, the Burning Throne raid. What you see here is the Mythic version, the most glorious of them all. The 3 other variants share a similar design, but different coloring.
1. Avatar Regalia
- Collected by: looting the gear pieces from the Serpentshrine Cavern raid.
And the ultimate best transmog set for Priest in WoW is Avatar Regalia. We can talk without and end why this set takes the number one spot on our list, but frankly speaking, one picture is worth a thousand words. And one look at this set is enough to convince every Priest player about the significance of Avatar Regalia.
The whole idea of this set is to resemble an angel. Although the robe has dark grey and gold all over it, it still shines with white light. The hood comes with three distinct stars, flickering at all times. And the shoulder pads are actual wings.
The reason why this set is so important for the Priest class is that it came during a time when such sets are practically non-existent. And although the Burning Crusade gave us many interesting armor sets, none were of this caliber. Thus, the Avatar Regalia is one of the best transmog sets for Priests in WoW!
Keep in mind that you can easily obtain a darker version of this armor set by visiting the Merciless Gladiator vendor in Netherstorm.